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89 (Dec 11, 2005)
Hledáte něco, co vás nepustí za pět minut, za pět hodin, za pět dní? Tak to tu máte naservírované na zlatém podnose! Opravdu chytlavá a velice pěkně provedená logická hříčka, u níž strávíte nejednu noc stále dokola se pokoušejíc o dokončení levelu.
WindowsSoftonic (Jul 13, 2006)
The powers of Isis are again at your command, including explosive Sun Hieroglyph fireballs, thundering Lightning Bolts, and Scarab Color Bombs. To help you confront this grave rising threat, Isis has also bestowed upon you the new Scorpion power-up, which calls forth a magical scorpion from the Pyramids to destroy up to the first ten spheres it encounters. Eliminating an entire chain of spheres will destroy the scarab minion that pushes them and release the sparkling Bonus Gem hidden within. You can even earn an extra life by collecting 30 golden Ankh coins.
WindowsGameZebo (Feb 24, 2008)
If you have never played LUXOR, then you'll likely love LUXOR: Anum Rising. It's a great game with excellent graphics and solid gameplay. If you have played the original LUXOR, however, you are likely to fall within one of two camps. Many fans of the original will simply appreciate 88 new levels of foiling those pesky scarabs--best leave a good thing alone. Others, excited by the prospect of a sequel to a great game by a creative developer, may find themselves a bit disappointed.
25 (May 04, 2007)
L'alchimie ne prend pas avec Luxor : Amun Rising. Le jeu est répétitif au possible et l'on perd en plaisir ce que l'on gagne en lassitude. Trop peu d'atouts pour y attacher un quelconque intérêt, pas même pour combler la solitude accablante de joueurs encore débutants.